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place in libya and oil based countries right now and you have to only assume at that this is going to spread. this is going to continue to move higher and this is something the u.s. economy cannot afford right now because they're looking at higher prices at the pump. less money to go out and spend. >> brenda: steve, we are seeing that supply could drive this higher, but demand might bring it down. the economy is in trouble around the world. >> yes, absolutely. first of all, the supply has not been disrupted and it's not likely to be disrupted and the gulf states, saudi arabia, especially, em rats are pumpi-- emirates wants us to stand up to iran. and the oil supplies-- we know what the trend line is, it's going to go down in the fall and it's not the biggest threat to our economy, it's the softening demand and the down turn in europe and emerging economies. >> brenda: toby, do you agree? >> well, i do on two points. one is, obviously, we know from six months ago that the cure for a high gasoline prices or oil prices is high oil prices. we're on a-- this part where the fundamentals
different. >> the fox news alert, everyone. i'm jamie colby. major developments in benghazi, libya overnight. hundreds of pro american protesters now storming the compound of one of the country's strongest militia groups, reportedly linked to the september 11th attack on the u.s. consulate there. the third compound hit by the protesters after breaking off from a huge march in the city city. what was he thinking. a new york man in stable condition thank goodness after jumping into the tiger exhibit at the bronx zoo, yeah, jumped nearly 20 feet from a moving mono rail above the exhibit and met by a 400 pound siberian tiger who immediately attacked and zoo officials using fire extinguishers to chase the cat away. and the man suffered bruises and no word why. jamie colby on fox. >> brenda: next, lashing out the at governor romney for saying that too many people are dependent on the government. and on food stamps able to work more than double 2010. and during the the same time the obama administration temporarily waived the welfare to work requirement. and gary b, you say no coincidence
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